Adjective(1) combined with extraneous elements(2) (used of persons or behaviors(3) having a physical or moral blemish so as to make impure according to dietary or ceremonial laws
(1) In Africa like most third world countries, most of the water consumed is impure .(2) And we may sometimes have impure thoughts when we see the photograph of a pretty woman with big breasts.(3) They're impure , contaminating a virtuous America with their sinful behavior.(4) In the developed world, bottled water owes part of its popularity to the view that tap water is impure , contaminated, and hence risky.(5) The author also claims that impure water can certainly make you sick, but the vast majority of travelers' intestinal symptoms are due to poor food handling practices.(6) What can he say about the FDA, an agency that keeps us safe from impure food and poisonous pharmaceuticals?(7) The checking is a part of the new scheme ├ö├ç├┐Impure to Pure├ö├ç├û, which offers to exchange impure jewellery of any karatage for Tanishq's pure 22 Kt jewellery.(8) People develop many ailments due to impure water.(9) Robert Penn Warren's preference for impure rather than pure poetry made the same claim as Cleanth Brooks's ├ö├ç├┐Irony as a Principle of Structure.├ö├ç├û(10) Although menstruating women are considered ritually impure and may not enter temples, discrimination against women is not pronounced.(11) The troops, already debilitated by the impure drinking water and hunger on the long, hot march from Batesville, were quickly overcome with malaria, as had been predicted.(12) The supply did subsequently prove to be impure .(13) Ask God to cleanse you of all sin and impure thoughts and motives.(14) It was a well-known fact that imperfect drainage, impure water, overcharged graveyards and want of ventilation, which was usual in places like this, carried the cholera germs.(15) Moral impurity does not render a person ritually impure .(16) The water is particularly impure and that's one of the reasons that many hotels are choosing to evacuate their residents.
1. adulterated ::
3. immoral ::
4. unclean ::
1. fine ::
2. pure ::
3. unadulterated ::
4. unalloyed ::
5. uncut ::
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Different Formsimpure, impurely
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